Hram (Храм) means Temple in Macedonian.
This composition is the pillar of the album Mostovi. It’s the feel of wonder & puzzle one gets when he deeply encounters the church, encounters God. The mystical feeling man gets when enters a Christian church, specifically an Orthodox temple. The waters which are cleaning the soul just by being there. The echo of the ages, the warmth of the Presence…

All that expressed through the language of a rock-musician. An Eastern European musician indeed, ‘cause the rhythm is 7/8 – but this rhythm is so natural, in Macedonia it's called the ‘straight’.


from Mostovi (1998), released February 1, 1998
Music by: Viktor Mastoridis
Synth/drums programming: Vlatko Georgiev
Solo guitar: Viktor Mastoridis
Rhythm guitar: Marinko Damovski
Музика: Виктор Масторидис
Синтисајзери/бубањ програмирање: Влатко Георгиев
Соло гитара: Виктор Масторидис
Ритам гитара: Маринко Дамовски


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Viktor Mastoridis - Melodist London, UK

Viktor is a composer of music ranging from Rock and Hip-hop in ex-Yugoslavia to Greek & Balkan Neo-Folk and Blues Fusion in London, UK.
He sings and plays the guitar, bouzouki, bass, baglamas and tambura; including drum machine and midi sequencing.
Influenced by Peter Green, Santana, Clapton, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to Dalaras, Tsitsanis, Nikola Badev, Smak & Yu Grupa
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